Always read the fine print.
Sources are sounding off the alarm on some worrying fine print on Pfizer vaccines which could affect liability issues should a vaccine related injury occur.
Liability risks that injured parties almost never receive compensation for during the best of times, and judging by other reports of contamination in a fair number of doses, I think that Americans need all the risk protection they can get.
Biden’s Administration is pushing these vaccines hard because they have lost all credibility on all other fronts…..
Demand that these drug companies be made liable for everything they produce. They have some nerve pushing mandates without liability.
Here’s what you should know:
CRITICAL Info from FDA: Only the branded vaccine bottles that say "Comirnaty" are licensed and Pfizer is liable for injuries. The other vials are "authorized" and Pfizer has *no liability*. Authorized vials cannot be mandated. Which will you be offered? USG 3 card Monty here?
— MERYL NASS, MD (@NassMeryl) August 23, 2021
I called the Pfizer BioNtech number 1-800-666-7248. The recording clearly states that it has not been approved by the FDA. Pfizer BNT162B2 is still under EUA. This clears up that messy FDA authorization between Comirnaty and Pfizer BioNtech
— KAT (@KathMLee1) August 25, 2021
The fine print from the EUA agreement appeared in Becker News:
Except that isn’t the case. Buried deep within the footnotes of the Pfizer-BioNTech documents is one footnote that puts into rather jolting perspective that the currently labeled vaccines are still under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
“Although COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is approved to prevent COVID-19 in individuals 16 years of age and older, there is not sufficient approved vaccine available for distribution to this population in its entirety at the time of reissuance of this EUA. Additionally, there are no products that are approved to prevent COVID-19 in individuals age 12 through 15, or that are approved to provide an additional dose to the immunocompromised population described in this EUA.”
The profound implications of this admission was mentioned by notable vaccine critic Alex Berenson, formerly of the New York Times and a best-selling author on the subject.
Why vaccine makers have no liability for their faulty products pic.twitter.com/nuoxRyC3HN
— Kassie🕊 (@kassiekitson) March 27, 2021
Oh yeah, let’s definitely give these guys approval on a quick to market vaccine with no liability up to now. So all other Emergency Use Authorized vaccines should go away. EAU isn’t valid if a treatment is availability. pic.twitter.com/Jy7OYjPzru
— NoFool 🇺🇸 ✝️ 🔔⚖️🎬 🔫 (@NoFool) August 26, 2021
Drug companies in The U.S. face little to no liability for vaccine related injuries according to Reuters:
The U.S. system shifts liability for vaccines to the government, and shields drugmakers, because widespread inoculation against disease is considered a benefit to society.
While billions of vaccine doses have been administered in the United States over the past 30 years, government data shows that around 1 person in a million suffers a serious injury that warrants compensation.
Almost all of the claims involved H1N1 pandemic flu vaccines, according to information obtained by Meyers through a Freedom of Information Act request. The CDC estimates about 123 million people over the age of six months received the vaccine for H1N1, also known as swine flu.